1972 Ski-Doo Blizzard Snowmobile

Ski-Doo Blizzard snowmobiles were first produced in limited numbers by Bombardier in 1970. Designed specifically for racing, the Blizzard series featured six different models, ranging from the 400s to the 775s. The 1972 Ski-Doo Blizzard snowmobiles were the first sleds to use Bombardier’s revolutionary rotary valve. Rotary valve engines can be used to deliver power […]
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1972 Ski-Doo T’NT Snowmobile

Half a million snowmobiles were produced in 1972 during the boom years of the early snowmobile industry. Bombardier was the undisputed leader in the field, selling more snowmobiles than any other brand. It also had the largest dealer network in North America. The 1972 T’NT snowmobile was already the well established favorite with riders who […]
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1967 Larson Snowmobile

The Larson snowmobile was produced for a short period in the late 1960s. Larson Boat Works, the manufacturer, had purchased a major interest in Polaris Industries, manufacturers of the Polaris line of snowmobiles in 1965, as well as Northland Ski Manufacturing Company and C.A. Lund Company, makers of “Northland” water skis, snow skis, and hockey […]
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1972 Polaris Colt Snowmobile

The Polaris Colt line of snowmobiles was introduced by Polaris in 1966 with snowmobile racing in mind. The Colts were shorter, narrower, and lower than the Mustang sport snowmobile Polaris had been producing, so the Colt appealed to drivers headed to the racetrack and looking for more speed on the trails. Three standard Colt models […]
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1977 Yamaha SRX Snowmobile

The Yamaha International Corporation began first producing motorized products in 1955 with its YA-1 street bike. This motorcycle was manufactured and sold in Japan. By 1958, they were selling motorcycles in the United States through the distributor, Cooper Motors. Their first snowmobile, the SL350 was produced and sold in 1968. It was the first snowmobile […]
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